We want you to let us know what you think... Twitter style... with the Derry Journal’s new tweet reviews.
The Derry Journal is looking for Twitter-style reviewers to muse over the latest happenings in music, theatre, television and the arts both locally and further afield.
Whether you are a theatre buff, film mad, enjoy your video games, love a good book or attend a local event or restaurant, we want to hear from you!
Reviews need to be no longer than 140 characters - as per Twitter style - and must include what it is you are reviewing, where you saw it, and your overall opinion. Take a look at the example tweet review below.
Usual rules apply - no foul language or abusive comments.
We hope this will be an ongoing project and all suitable reviews will be retweeted and published in print and online.
Here’s how to get involved:
Tweet your review to @derryjournal, using hashtag #tweetreview.
Or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org - Put ‘tweet review’ in subject line.
Here’s a raft of tweet reviews we’ve had from Catherine McGinty, part of the Derry contingent enjoying the Fleadh in Cavan this week.
Weather sunny. #Cavan Town buzzing. Hundreds of young people enjoying Comhaltas Ceoltóirí Éireann’s ‘Scoil Éigse’. #Fleadh2012 next!
CCÉ’s ‘Scoil Éigse’ in #Cavan. Daily masterclasses in Gaeilge, singing, dancing & music. International participation. Atmosphere brilliant!
Magical music & standing room only @ HarpRecital honouring Ann Finnegan & Josie O’Rourke @ CCÉ’s ‘Scoil Éigse’ in #Cavan this afternoon.
Weather gorgeous in #Cavan Town. Crowds building. Happy vibe. Musicians & dancers around every corner. #Fleadh2012, August 17-20.
Breezy weather great opportunity for children to wear splendid #Fleadh2012 hoodies. Dazzling array of colours brightening up #Cavan streets.
Maudies Home Bakery, Bridge Street #Cavan is your only man for a reviving cuppa & a delicious pastry @FleadhCheoil. You’re on your holidays!
More than 1000 people in Dome last night. #Fleadh2012 officially launched by brilliant young #Cavan musicians ‘Gleo’. Mighty music indeed.